Gary Lineker responds to Napoli’s questionable objective, adulates Liverpool’s rebound soul


Liverpool needed to fight against eminent loss to hold Napoli to an attract their Champions League conflict at Anfield the previous evening, and will require at any rate a point in their last gathering game at Red Bull Salzburg to ensure progressing to the last-16 regardless of at present garnish Group E.

Having gotten 10 focuses from their opening five games, the Reds are still a long way from verifying a spot in the knockout stages, with Napoli on nine points, while RB Salzburg have seven points.

Liverpool fell behind to Dries Mertens’ 21st-minute opener, yet felt the objective shouldn’t have remained after the Belgian pushed Virgil van Dijk.

VAR checked for a potential foul and offside, and the objective was given at last.

Here is the manner by which Match of the Day moderator Gary Lineker responded to the made completion out of the Napoli forward:

Belting finish from Mertens gives Napoli the lead:

— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) November 27, 2019

Liverpool continued thumping on the entryway lastly got an equalizer through Dejan Lovren who headed in from James Milner’s corner, with Mertens’ interests for a foul failing to receive any notice.

Anfield stays a fortress for the Champions League shielding champions, and they are unbeaten in their keep going 16 UCL games on Merseyside (W11 D5), last tasting thrashing in October 2014 against Real Madrid.

Lineker summarized their battling soul at the ground with this tweet:

Breaking header from Lovren and @lfc are back on level terms. They don’t lose at Anfield.

— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) November 27, 2019

Jurgen Klopp’s men, Napoli and Salzburg all get an opportunity of verifying a spot in the knockout stages on the most recent day of the gathering stage, and the Reds would be out in the event that they lose and the Italians beat Genk.

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